One thing she underemphasizes
at times, though, is the necessity of a tireless cheerleader to promote a fossil's significance.
But Berkowitz misses or underemphasizes
two key issues that may complicate the deployment of robots at sea: growing cyber insecurity and the legal uncertainty of robot self-defense.
In addition, the task force underemphasizes
the importance of early initiation of low-dose aspirin, because the benefit is greatest for women initiating prophylaxis prior to 16 weeks, and risks for placental abruption increase with initiation in the second trimester (J.
One small complaint is that Hustvedt is so intent on (rightfully) rehabilitating certain aspects of Charcot's image that she underemphasizes
the role he and other neurologists played in the stigmatization of mental illness.
He discusses Mascagrii's role in Italian silent cinema, but in the process underemphasizes
the French cinema's interest in opera by citing only two one-reelers by Georges Melies.
Second, Hinman underemphasizes
the nature of the nation's food system.
It is also unfortunate that the author underemphasizes
the phenomenon of syncretism in the world's religions, since so much of his text accentuates similarities in the religions rather their differences.
it overemphasizes the power of natural selection ('adaptationism'), it underemphasizes
cases of conflict between natural and sexual selection, and it ignores situations of genes having pleiotropic effects (maladaptive features evolving due to their genetic links with adaptive ones).
And another set of questions arises: If the work of revivalists overemphasizes repentance and the ministry of contemporary churches underemphasizes
it, how do we strike the proper balance?
However, his rich historical narrative underemphasizes
the agency of political actors such as firm managers and commune leaders, which I address below.
The book perhaps underemphasizes
the impacts of cheap hydro-electrical transmissions on urban forms, including factory locations throughout Southern Ontario and Western New York.
Such an approach "undervalues the diagnostic specificity of the cutaneous changes of dermatomyositis" and underemphasizes
the profound clinical impact of cutaneous inflammation on patients' quality of life, he said.